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Agents Wanted TO SELL TUB I Penn Mutual life Insurance One of the oldest, Btronu i eat. old line Life Insurance v i i Uotnpnnyfi in too worm. Ardmote has been selected as headquarters for the Indian Territory and e are here to stay. i! The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Co., M. L. ALEXANDER, General Agent. I HEBE IS AN OPPORTUNITY TO Buy a Home. $275.00 Will buy n Rood two-room dwell ing, barn, large lot, splendid well, eood location. $300.00 Will buy a Rood two-room cottage, good lot and good location. Investigate these and own your ,own home. Wo have others to sell and some goodliouses for rent. ,'Warehoute, trackage facilities for rent. The Rcdfiold Agency, Real Estate, Rents, Loans. Phone 131. ARUnORE, I. T. A Profitable Late Crop Gorman mlllot will do the best plant ed tho lnttor part of August. Seed for salo by E. B. Pugh. 12-dl2wl. . Mlllinory at almost your own price the remainder ot tho senaoa at Miw Unlrd's. 2H J. W. KEMP, , Real Estate and Insurance. Frisco Emigrant ' AQtnt. P. O. Box 223. Office, Noble Bldn. Wo bavo received a car . or new Whlto Elephant buggies and are para lyzing prices. WILLIAMS, CORUN & CO. Wo tako pleasure In doing kodak finishing Work of this kind entrust ed to us will rocelvo eq.ual caro with gallery work and tho rzsult Is al ways satisfactory. T. J. DEDFORD, The Photographor. Bargains 100 feet ou Main street close in, $1500.00, half cash, balance to euit purchaser. fl nnrpR in Northwest Ardmore, 3-room house $1100.00, caBh or terms. 3-room house, lot 78x230. close in. will sell for port down, balance monthlv. . $800.00 beats paying rent. 117 feet in Southwest Ardmore, vacunt, $750.00. 200x200 feet, 3-room houso in Southwest Atdraor.1, $loUU,uu. H. T. ICIRBY, Real Estate. LOANS. A. F. Sclvally. Q. T. Lodbetter. BCIVALLY A LEbBETTER, Real Estate, Rentals and Collections. Notary In Office. OfHc over store. T. N. Coleman's drug SECURITY VS. f 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 ia but tho direct result of X our painstakiui? carefulness concerning details of quality & and work, and our habit of always fjiviui; tho lowest price V on' every thing. WANT COLUMN. .dvertlscments under this head will b rocelvod at the rat ot flvo (5) cents per line. No advertisement rcclved tor less than Dftcen (16) tents. Special monthly rates fur nlshed on application The notice may contain any matter of "Lost," "Found," "For Kent," "For Sale,' "Stolen," "Strayed," or any purpose without display lines. WANTED. WANTED To pay cash for a building lot at once. Preference given to northwest or southwest town. Improvements not consider ed. L It. Marston. 23-6. WANTED A position by a thorough ly experienced and practical ac countnnt. Threo years' experience," no bad habits, A 1 reference. Terras $75. Address Prof. C. S. Dorrcll, city. WANTED Plain sewing. 127 Fifth avenuo nnd A street, N. W. Mrs. J. M. Oollcdge. 19-tf. WANTED At corner Fifth avenue and A street, N. W.. a couplo of lady school teachers for board and lodging. Mrs. J. M. Golledgo. WANTED A first-class cook. Apply Mrs. J. A! Madden. 10-tf FOR SALE. FOIt SALE OH TRADE A gentle horse, buggy and harness. A post tlvo bargain. Apply Ardmorelto of flee. 19-tf. FOR SALE One seven-room house, as I will soon bo ready to movo into my now residence. Also want to exchange a good gentlo buggy horso for a two-horso buggy. R. W. Itandol. 20-tf FOR RENT. FOR RENT Furnished rooms, one block south of court house. Mrs. W. M. Robinson. 21-8t FOR KENT 13 rick building 36x00, fronting Main street; track faclli ties. Amly Whltemnu Bros. 31-tf FOUND. FOUND A lady's wrist purso. Apply Ardmorelto ofllco. 21 Tho excursion today o Wapanucka will bo a pleasant ono,' and evorybody Is going. Furnished Rooms. Nice, furnished .rooms for rent, for gontlemon only. Upstairs at 231 East Main street , 23-lm MRS. LEE TRUELOVE. Just think! Hamilton's 1 5 "values In fhooa go thlB wook at $L 20. HAMILTON'S SU V STORE. Pleaso remember tho college open lng nnd bring your friends to Wynno- wood Soptember 1. 16-14. Pork. Beef, Mutton, Veal, Country Hams The Gold Storage Market. Boiled Hams, Wiennewur8t, Dewey Ham Sausage, Breakfast Bacon, Dried Beef, Full Cream Cheese, Brick Cheese, Switzer Cheese, . Limburger Cheese, Eggs, Butter, Melons on ice. PYEA1T & FRASER. UNCERTAINTY i i o PERSONAL MENTION. J (' Seaglo Is here from Halioy- lllo. W. (1. Jones and wife returned yes- tordrfy from Ravla. .V. C. High was In tho city yestor- liny from HowPL L I StowarCund wlfo wv In tho city from Halleyvlllo. W. II. Woods was In tho city yes terday from Pureed. J. D. Lewis and OPDean camo over c'sterday from Tishomingo. H. D. Cullers, a prominent Sherman man, was In the city yesterday. T. N. Coleman and wlfo wont to Onlveston yesterday morning Ith tho excursionists. Miss Mamyo Qwyu ot Galnosvlllo Is In tho city visiting hor cousin, Mrs. John- Whliemon. John Pointer from Stephonsvlll., Texas, Is In tho city visiting his old friend. J. 11. Smart. Mrs. Sidney Suggs nnd di'.ughlor, Miss Zoo Olive, returned Friday night from a week's stay at Mineral Wells, Toxas. Ex-Doputy Jack Martin was In the lly yestorday from the Woodford set tlomcnt. Mr. Martin reports every thing dry out his way. Dr. J. D. Ilodgo has returned from Cleburne, Texas, and resumed his pro fession as veterinary surgeon with headquarters at tho City livery stable. Miss Uesslo Doyle, who has been visiting for some tlmo with hor un do nnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Robinson, line returned to her home n Eldorndo, Kansas. C. V. Maslln, tl.c clover manager cf ho John Kllii & Co's. cotton ox hango at this place, loft yesterday l-llornoon for Gainesville, wnore ho P! spend tho Sabbath. O v , Mrs.. E. J. Stamps of Woston, Tox as, who has boon visiting hor sister. Mrs. D. A. Nlsbott, leaves this morn lng for Mllhurn, whore she will visit a day or two before returning to her homo. W. H. Bynl will lenve toda for Chicago, where he goes to purchase ilt fall nnd wLnor stock ot Worm? suppllos. Upon his rotun bo will movo to tho oulldlng now belli bull I for ho nnd Ed Kliiger. The Benevolent Soslety Will meet at tho rosiduncc of Mrs. W. C. Kendall on Thursday afternoon, August 27, at 3 o'clock. A full at tendanco Is very much desired. MRS. A. C. CRUCE, Sec. Early to Wear Fall Hats, Our buyer Is now In tho Eastern market and Just as tho nowest styles are out wo rocelvo them by' express Wo now havo 100 different styled to show you. Como nnd look. You are not compelled to buy. Itio Leading Millinery House LOWENSTEIN'S Wo aro closing out tho remainder of our stock of summer millinery at and below cost. Visit our store and examine tho bargains offered. 20-3 U s MISS BAIRD. Woman's Guild. Regular meeting ot St. Philip's Guild will bo held at tho Episcopal church school houso on Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. AH members are urged to be present MRS. J. N. DODSON, Pres. MRS. FONN1E WOLVERTON, Sec. When you aro tired of commoa-plice meats, como here and got sie?l.-& that aro good enough for the king's tablo Ptono 91. Prompt delivery to any part of tho city 23 DUSTON & TUCKER. The Palace steam swing, brand new from the factory, will run every night this week on tho King collego grounds Tho business Is conduct! on bus! ness principles and' children who como to enjoy tho fun will be prop. crly ra' for. f 3 i. W. O DUSION Sad Intelligence. A letter was received In tho city yesterday from Mrs. Settle McNeish ot Lako Geneva, Wis., convoying tho sad Intlllgence that her husband, M John McNeish, was critically III and hopes of his recovery abandoned. M and Mrs. McNeish had many frlenl In Ardmoro wht nre pained to hear of Mr. McNcish's condition and extend to tho devoted wlfo their slnceres sympathy. We cater especially to family trndo In fine steaks roasts. Phorn ti Piompt froo dolhery. 21-3 DHBON & TLUER. Rov. J. 'L. Keller returned! yesterday nttornoon from Springer,- Ind. Ter. v hero for two weeks ho bos been hold ug a great raeetl-.g Vo declares It fine, una , a noblo nioetlng.andfmuch-.good beenf dono iThof result IsMflfty OLD FOLKS CONCERT. To Be Given by Home Mlssioi ocicty of M. E. Church Frilly. NlnHt. Tho Uxilles of tho Uroadwuy Metlr dlst Episcopal rhtirrh. South, are dr tormlnwl to have thoir houso of wor ship completed and fitted up at the cry earliest tlmo. Tills holy cf orkors, the backbono of the church, numbering about seventy members have' decided to furnish tho people of tho city a front, and will glvo an Old Folks Concert," at the new church building on Friday night, Au gust 28th. The very best talent of ou -"lly has been secured, and as every xalcatlon rendered will bo tho old, old snng, uslc and recitations, It nt onto laces Itself In favor of the entlro public. Think, for Instanro of a grand opening chorus of so'enty or more voices (tho Jlnne MUslon socio ty) rendering "Auld ijing Syna. Then, When You nnd I Wore Yiur.if. Ma- glo," sung In tho old, earnoti nnnner of Its tlmo Is rendered, tho young folks will almost wish they worn old too. Many of tho old songs, now rarely heard, will be produced in solos, du ets, trios and qunrtotts. Old tlmo violin music will be another special fcntuio and altogether Uio program prepared by htee ladles bids fair to glvo them crowded houso from the very rlnrt. New Law Firm. Our professional column today con talus a card under tho firm name ot Cobb & Hastaln, a new law (Inn that hns entered tho field at Tishomingo. Mr. Guy P. Cibb of this firm vns for merly United States revonuo Inspec tor In tho Indian Territory, and Is ory wldoly known in tho Chickasaw nation. Mr. E. Hastnln conies to TIsh omlngo from Muskogee, whero for about three years ho was connected with tho Dawotrcommlsslon, holding a responsible position In tho Creole land ofllco. For tho past two years Mr. Hantaln hns been successfully cmgng ed in the praotlco of his profession nt Muskogee In the United States courts and before the department of thoi Interior. Their grant familiarity with tho reg ulations nnd mothod of tho depart mont of the Interior will doubtless In sure thorn a remunerative prnctlco. Only$1.10 to Wapanucka and return. Choctaw excursion this morning, Sweet PiJtifts and f'.ttvm. I havo tho no 7 crop swetd lUuloes Who has tho possom? POitrti.lt STAI'I.ES Phono 57. T'io Red Headed GrOcOT 23-3. Married In Ardmoro Friday last. Rov. J. R. Ranks officiating Willie Jonos of Tishomingo and Miss FilUa Alexander of llorwyn. Tho rontrne lng partios are highly respected col ored people in tho respective neigh borhoodB, whoso life henceforth wilt no doubt be a happy ono. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Douglas havo recently moved Into their elegant new house In Ferndale addition and havo been entertaining a house party, the guests being Judge nnd Mrs. O. ove, Marietta; Mrs. Richard McLlsh Wapanucka, and Mrs. McLane of Dal las. Judge Ixivo was very much In disposed upon his arrival hero but Im proved greatly during his visit. It's in everybody's mouth! Tho ex turslon this morning to Wapanuuka, Fresnec your lutumer. hat by chungo in trimming. You will find nil material hero at cost. 20-3 MISS DAIRD, Mrs. Peeples' Music School. Our fall term will begin August 2Ctb. 19-sC, Swell tho crowd going to 'Wapn nucka Sunday. Train lctuve.3 at o'clock. Faro for round flp only $1.10 You can't afford to miss Lie trip. Noblo Dros. aro preparing to receive their big fall shipment of new bug gles. Tho stock now on hands la be ing closed out. 18-lm. Davo Johnson, charged with Intro ducing and soiling, was arrested at Tishomingo by Deputy Drldges and committed by Pfelffer In the sum of $500. Mrs. E. D. Luke will have the pleasure of a visit from- her sister. Mrs. Charles Aniol of Shawnee till coming week, and Mrs. Luko nnd family with Mrs. Anlol and little Miss I-aura McGregor will perhaps go ou for a week's camping. I want to mako up a chorus of young ladles and gentlemen In this city, and will teach sacred music, con cert, oratorio and overy class, Par ties desiring to bocorao interested In this matter ', pleaso communicate with mo. 23-3t PROF. PEEPER. Tho excursion today to Wapanucka SAY! You We've got the hottest part of the season to go through. You will need a pair of low shoes. We've got them. We've renovated our stock again. Filled our tables with better and more stylish Slippers and Oxfords at the same cut price 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 I YNN The s"e Man. Fifteen Days IFor Fifteen Days we will Have as.?- SPECIAL SALE nil Low Cnt Shoes of every descrintmn for Lmiino m.DO,- On Ch I mi ! ililrnn. Th Hnmilrnn-Itrntrn to flpanrihn rlinir mnnv virtuna hnf . ...v.. , .,v Riiarauteed to uive satisfaction. Low Cut Shoes for Ladles. Low Cut Shoes for nisscs. 11.50 Bllppari for 11.15 1.J5 mippers (or 5o l.OOBIIppera for. 75o You arc requeatad to In TeatlKato tbean prlcea. J3.00 Amorlcan Ldr II SA 2.60 Own make for.- 1M 2 oo r-lcnlo for l.W 1,50 Sllpprri for 1.15 Men's Medium $5.00 Pants for $3 50 in thiosnle. 4.50 Pauls for 3 35 in this sale. 4.00 Pants for 3 20 in tihs snle. 3,50 Pants for 2 85 in this sale. 3.00 Pants for 2 35 in this salo. Now is the time to buy a Trunk lurinc this salo. Our prices aro Dimities, Whito Goods and Embrgjdories. This sale is for tho'.pur Pobo of closing out tho balance of our Summer Goods, and prices will be mado to suit the purchuser Yours for Business, Sale Begins August 24. O. Our Sick. Mrs. Henry DeShnln. who llvos In the northern part of tho city, has ty phold fovor. II. R. Darter of Hoxbar has a child thnt la vary low' with bowol trouble. J. J. Stolfa has a vory sick child at his home ana tho doctors say It may dovelop Into typhoid fover. J. N. Shlnhalser, who llvos on South Mill struct, Is roportod sick with ty phoid fovor. Tho Lndlos Aid Society of tho First Presbyterian church will meet with Irs. John Wliltoman Tuesday nttor noon at 3:30 o'clock. MRS. II. E. FOSTER, Sec. Rofrlgerators, tho bost In tho city, at J. D. Sprogtns & Co's. Vlenty of new. corn at i OUTER STAPLED Pnonc B7. Tho Red Headed Grocer. 23-3. Licensed to Wed. W. P. Vineyard, Reagan, nnd Lis- zlo Phillips, Mill Creek. Ilill CnBtloborry and Paraloo Mllll- gan, Wiley. Oscar Wells and Efllo Stinnett, East man. Willie .1 tnes, Tishomingo, a)i&Ellza Alexander. ' ' Richard Worsham nnd Effio Rodg- ers, Huwltt. B. F. Drocks, Auburn, nnd M. C. Morrow, Elk. AH our $2 slippers and oxforli go ihli week for Jl.CO. Wo nre o.Tirlng n big cut on overvthlng In Uio 'louae HAMILTON P SHOE STGIIE. Business Chance. One hundred and fifty dollars In vostcd will Insure a clear Incoico of $CS per month. It's worth your wbllo to Investigate. Address Box 311. 18-3. P. Molasses Standard of the World We carry a fresh stock of itin all sizes at all times. TYLER & SIMPSON, CO. . . , . Wholesale Distributors. Thinh a Minute. ... , iiiiodvp mill Hlinnn nn on I i. . oitmA i il'.. .... , . U....IV.U iu guy wiui overv pair is Low Cut Shoes for Children. 11.50 Slippers J1.I5 1.13 Slippers.... !5o l.W Rllppir ? 75o Bllppara .. 55o Weight Pants. 2.50 Pants for 1-G5 in this Hale. 2 25 Pants for 1.50 in this Bale. 2.00 Pants for 1.35 in this Bab. 1.50 PantB for 1,20 in this Bale, 1.00 Pants for .81) iu thiH sale. cheat). Ask for nriccs on Unta lower than the lowest on Lawns and L. DENNES. M. K. &. T. RAILWAY. Annual Season Excursion. An excursion to Galveston a' IM? season of tho year Insures n delight ful excursion trip at Bmnll cost Thero is nothing sagood for tired bodies anjl weary minds as ocean broczos, and h. trip of this kind rft thlr, time wilt prove both a health and pleasure trip. Tickets will be sold at rates Jess thnn one-half fare on AugUBt 30, with final limit leaving Galveston en nil rcgulnr tralnB up to and Including Soptember 12, 1003. Special train will bo run, composed of day loaches, chair cars and tourist sleepers. A buffet meal sorvlco will bo furnished nt reasonable prices. Berths tn tour ist sleeper aro $2, ono bortb being good for two persons. All applica tions for berth reservations should bo mado to Mr. F. B. Drew, general tick et ngent, M. K. & T. Ry., Partcns, Knn. Ask "Katy" agent for particu lars. Thrown From a Mule. John Hood,' who lives at his fnth- or's homo four miles northeast of tho city, mounted an unruly mulo n few morning ago to rldo nTound the place, but tho animal threw tho young roan. Voung Hood sustained somo pretty bad bruises, but is getting along very well. The oxcurslon today to Wapanm ku will bo a pleasant one, and everybody U going. Delightful 0C?PS From GALVESTON, lata, to EW TORE, VU MALLORY S. S, LINE Steamerf Wtdnrtdjvi aul fiaturdlvf ut hiitt. ITkktl, Includlnr mtalaml tnh. ccft m hlru. iIud au.ail. Wiiielor ijinphltl1' tuijii Tn(i ' t-oiv s noncy end Tat F. 'and forty'addlilons to ma KvlU bo a plea'sarioijoand'oyerybod conversions church It) tjuiiib.